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. these shafts feed the water mains of each neighborhood, which branch into smaller pipes below the streets... feeding into buildings and houses, into the plumbing, and finally, after its long journey, to our faucets. providing water to homes and industry is a monumental task, requiring immense infrastructure. but once the water is delivered and used, it must also be taken away. man: it's important that the waste generated by any society not be left around. cholera, and other diseases and problems, have been spread, because people wound up living in filth. even the ancients understood that you couldn't have the sewage where you lived. and the easiest thing to do was transport it to another spot -- by water, or a river. most of the first sewer systems were on the east coast of the united states, often in places that already had developed a citywide water supply system. sullivan: in 1630, boston was basically three mountains, there were very steep hills. waste would run down quickly and dump into the harbor. and the tide would carry most of it away. well, this worked well for a while. the pro
at the house. 9 times out of 10 on the floor you will find the main water shut off, here. a lot of places have the sprinklers if you shut off the main in the street you shut off the fire systems. so, if you have a choice of shutting off the water in somebody's house go for the one that coming between the foundation, usually it's in the garage or basement. you turn it to the right. right to tighten, left to loosen. this is easier to turn on and off if you is get in the garage. if you can't use the one in the street. do it only if it's say safe to do so. if it's dangerous, leave it. >> this is a basic electric system. a switch and the screw in fuses. there are not many of these anymore. most have the breakers. okay. to show you what they look like. on, off. this is a safety box you can't get it open until you turn it off. a couple of screw in fuses. this is a cartridge and screw in fuses. here it says on and off. pull it out stick it upside down and stick it back in. circuit break /-rs this is what most have. you have the meter. that's how pg and e /khrarpblgs us. you have the big main. usual
anzone. streets blocked off, south main blocked off, if you normally take i-680 it is blocked off in both directions northbound traffic taken off at south main. they will be here for several more hours. no names on the suspect or the chp officer who was hurt. a second chp car came by and called in for help and administered medical aid to the two men. also at this point, surface streets are parking lots i had to park half a mile away and walk here. you want to avoid this area as much as possible. eric thomas, abc7 news. >>> we continue our coverage live at the medical center. conflicting reports about the conditions of the officer and suspect. >> reporter: that's right. initial reports from the chp say the officer and the suspect were both in critical condition. now they are saying both are in serious condition. they are very tight-lipped. i want to take you to the scene after the shooting about 9 a.m., we have video of very emergency situation roads surrounding the hospital were closed. two motorcycles escorteding in this ambulance. we don't know if the suspect or the officer were inside
are in a steady stage for our water mains. next would be the portion of the bill for customers that is related to store operation. this is the 24-7 operation of the storage system that we currently have today. you can see that that goes up modestly once you put it on top of the water bill. it grows to about $135 over that 20-year period. we have also gone through and looked at your capital plan and brought the level of investment up to 15 miles per year. that moves it towards a 100-year replacement cycle for the sewer mains as well as the water mains. in these numbers, part of what you have stacked up is a steady state of best management practices for repair replacement for what our existing system is, including the 995 mile sewer mains, replacing 15 miles each year. president moran: the assumed rate of inflation is what? >> 3%. that has typically been what inflation has been over the last 30-40 years. if you compare this bill increased over 20 years, it is needing to increase about 3.9%, almost 4% per year. 1% more than inflation per year. we can fit a lot within the inflationary changes. we
: that was officer franzone. streets blocked off, south main blocked off, if you normally take i-680 it is blocked off in both directions northbound traffic taken off at south main. they will be here for several more hours. no names on the suspect or the chp officer who was hurt. a second chp car came by and called in for help and administered medical aid to the two men. also at this point, surface streets are parking lots i had to park half a mile away and walk here. you want to avoid this area as much as possible. eric thomas, abc7 news. >>> we continue our coverage live at the medical center. conflicting reports about the conditions of the officer and suspect. >> reporter: that's right. initial reports from the chp say the officer and the suspect were both in critical condition. now they are saying both are in serious condition. they are very tight-lipped. i want to take you to the scene after the shooting about 9 a.m., we have video of very emergency situation roads surrounding the hospital were closed. two motorcycles escorteding in this ambulance. we don't know if the suspect or the officer
of the main building. some of the demonstrators got in and tore down items and did damage but no shots were fired and no injuries were incurred and still a fluid situation there. and as you know in cairo, again through the night there was rock throwing and tear gas shooting by the police against the protestors, this is after the big violence we saw earlier in the week there. there is a call for calm from the president of the egypt today and calls for a peaceful protest and it is not turning out that way in cairo. that happened in cairo and yemen. it is believed to be airing or the distribution of the internet of the u.s. made film, film made in the u.s. critical of the muslim prophet mohammed and nais one motivator for the violence that we saw on tuesday in benghazi in libya. that resulted in the death of chris stevens and other americans. the bodies are in a u.s. military hospital in germany and all american staff has been evacuated from benghazi and going in the other direction, there is 50 marines and anti-terror teams that are on the ground in libya. there is one u.s. navy destroyer off
again to revive the economy, and ben bernanke's promise to help main street. how will main street americans do under q.e.3? joining us to answer that, robert brusca, chief economist at his own firm, fact and opinion economics. hi, bob. >> hi, susie. >> susan: all right, so, chairman bernanke says this latest round of stimulus is a-- to ote his words-- a main street policy. is it really? >> well, i think it has the focus on main street. i think the objective is to help main street. but it doesn't really work to help main street first. it's really going to work by trickle down. it's anything to work through wall street. it's going to work through high-income people because the fed just can't lower interest rates much more to have any impact. and the main thing we need to do is broaden the availability of low rates and that takes fiscal policy not monetary policy. >> susan: speak of low rates, they are pretty low. a lot of people might be wondering how are the low rates going to help me? is it going to help me get a house? is it going to help me get a morning? what are your thought
main street. joining us now is senator ben cardin, a democrat from maryland and member of the small business committee. senator, great to see you. >> j.j., a pleasure to be with you. thank you. >> so from your perspective, how are small business owner doing? >> well, small business owners, small business is the economic engine of our nation. that's where job growth will see the most, we'll see innovation. it's been a tough time for all. but i think that the tools that we put in place, the help that we provide through the small business administration, the credit opportunity that's are available to small businesses, the tax cuts that have been implemented to help small businesses, the regulatory reforms that we've passed, i think it's having its impact. we're now seeing be somes doing better. you see the economy doing better, we're creating more jobs. i think we're moving in the right direction to help small businesses in america. >> what do you think are maybe the two key things that you guys are focused on right now to try and help small businesses? >> first of all, we're -- the ta
consisting of 100 people. my main purpose or one of my main purposes is to promote the financial, economic and trade relations at the national level. we hope our visit or my visit this time will promote the cooperation between the industry -- ministry of commerce, the state and government of california, and the municipal government of san francisco. this time, the delegation at lead -- i lead, the people are from different places in china. they come from the ministry of commerce, from the local government, from different provinces, they come from the chamber of commerce, and the different companies in china. we hope that through this visit, we can strengthen our corp., thus facilitating cooperation, the exchanges between the governments and the companies between the two sides. as the largest economy in the u.s., california boasts the resources and a strong advantage in high tech, bio-science, agriculture, fisheries, and the forestry, and even tourism. and in terms of cooperation with china, california enjoys exceptional economic, cultural, and geographical locations and advantages. it is a
will maines, kazakhstan will play a big role? -- if the status quo remains, kazakhstan will play the role? >> i think so. reserves are bigger than our current production. in a resource, for example, we are -- we are a producer of oil , we own a. 15/16.own >> agriculture is very important? >> yes, agriculture is very important to kazakhstan. a lot of people have employment in this sector. this means it is important not only from an economic standpoint, but also from the social standpoint, and the government has put a lot of effort to develop agriculture, paying attention to social and economic issues. an economic component is also very important. this involves the development of new technologies, and this also improves the economic opponent of the agricultural sector. the revenues are going up. we know that the product prices going up from year to year, and this is a problem for the whole world, and kazakhstan to some extent is in a beneficial situation due to that. another component in the framework of this sector is cattle breeding. we are putting a lot of efforts into this segment. this
better root for alicia. this is the main menu screen when you start wii. the main activity is in the left corner, sports. turn yourself off. are you off? keep yourself off. we choose on the menu. hit a for you. on the main menu, on the upper left-hand corner we see sports. that is the activity we loaded in the console. using her head, she is choosing wii sports. it will be the two of you against each other. what is interesting is we have buttons. instead of buttons on the remote, there are buttons she can use her hands with allowed to be an adaptive devices for someone with a disability. turn on your remote. he will play against each other. i will narrate. it will be mackenna versus alicia in a game of tennis. winner takes all. hit no for save file. these are the introductory menu screen for wii, very simple to navigate through. we will choose tennis at the top of the screen. they will choose two players. we have created a character that looks a lot like alicia and another character that looks like mackenna. they will be playing against each other in a game of tennis. all right. all they
here, and i'm going to continue to work literally until the last day. >> one of san jose's main problems despite crime will be addressed tonight at a public community meeting. >>> seems to be rebuilding his empire from behind bars. store front in oakland mission has reemerged online under a new name. one of the on this side is established a so-called securities defense guard members in defend against enemies. several police spoke in oakland would not appear on camera out of fear of but say he was a welcome neighbor. >> well, you can say it's worse because they -- they used to stand outside like, like, like how could you say it? like street security. . >> three consecutive life sentences for murder after learning what he uncovered the department of corrections and rehabilitation launched an investigation this afternoon to see if any laws are being broken. >>> oakland police are searching for a suspect tonight after a woman was shot outside a school in east oak. it happened about 6:30 this afternoon. school spokesperson tells us the woman was shot while in the car with a child. sc
a journalist to show the true picture. some of it can't be hidden. the destruction sets along a main highway. they pounded the area last month after a armed opposition moved in. when we see new attacks, we see the smoke rising every day now. the big question is, what is happening on the ground. we're not being allowed to go inside the neighborhoods to see for ourselves. >> a northern suburb of visited on a recent trend. -- main mosque. we get off to a good start. >> one man says it is fine. and the soldier isn't so sure. >> this daily can't go any further but we can talk to people right here. watch the men in the striped shirt. he has put down his got and raced ahead of us. the time i read the shopkeeper, he has filled a bag of vendettas. posing as a customer. >> there is no chance of this shopkeeper can speak freely. you can't silence everyone? they, away from the camera, a young voice speaks out. they came yesterday and opened fire, he said. we are really scared and we're begging them to stop. i asked the government of of the indiscriminate bombing of civilian areas. >> many of these areas
on the project. and the main criteria will be the credit worthiness of the project. with your permission, whether who is eligible for this tifia stuff, if the credit worthiness is the criteria then this is geared to interpreting the help of the private sector into infrastructure development. here is the direction that the country is taking, we are borrowing money from the future at let me see low interest rates, but your question is good too. all interest rates are low now. but we are borrowing that from the federal government but we have to repay it later. and that is our policy for investigating infrastructure in the future. so not a great picture, not a picture that really commits the country to a solid future as far as creating the new infrastructure and rehab taiting the one that we have for to facilitate the current development of the nation. that will have to change. i think, when we start discussing the success to map-21 which will come next year. we have to start the discussion it is only a 2-year bill. the one thing that i think is hidden in all of this terminology is the fact that one
flag. they were able to breach the embassy by getting through the main gate but failed to make it inside the main compound. once they dispersed, security sealed off surrounding streets. yemen's president just apologize to president obama and ordered an investigation. live pictures from cairo this morning. clashes there became violent again 24 hours after protesters scaled the u.s. embassy walls. some demonstrators threw rocks and witnesses saw protesters carrying bombs. this morning the egyptian president says the egyptian people reject such " unlawful acts ". the white house has been working overnight to step up security at u.s. missions around the world. this after the ambassador and three other americans were killed. the impact of the violent protest is not escaping politics. mitt romney called it disgraceful that the u.s. embassy in cairo expressed regret that the american made film in salted muslims. >> having that embassy reiterate a statement affectively apologizing for the right of free speech is not the right course for the a ministration >> the ann romney tends to hav
main job was the education in your city and research, scientific research. scientific expertise and worrying about the nation of egypt and the people of egypt and the education of the people of egypt and the changes i wanted to see that i wanted to see happen and a real, real development. that's what i was working for sr. through the brotherhood or outside the brotherhood. and also the political work. >> rose: it's a good time to ha you help us understand what egypt has experienced. what you want us to know first about the arab spring and second about the muslim brotherhood and your governments. let me start with the arab spring. >> ( translated ): in reality the egyptian people are good people and reasonable people and very aware and they have an old and ancient history and i represented them with this march of democracy to achieve the general and the public freedom and the arab spring aims at reaching that goal so that people become free and the peoples are free and there are very real democratic process and there are-- there is a relationship with the rest of the world on the
of main. most people don't think of main ever, and when you do think of main, you think of a dual and boring new england state. maine has provision in the constitution that allows its electric to put on the ballot a referendum on recently passed legislation. it's not california where the electorate can initiate legislation and pass legislation. rather it is what might be called said judicial review, citizen review. twice in the last three years citizen review in maine has worked to overturn legislation, for better and for worse. the first time in 2009, 53% of the maine electorate voted to invalidate a law passed by the transit legislature, signed by the maine governor that would have legalized same-sex marriage. i'm very sorry the electorate did that. last year the maine electorate overrode a law passed again by the transit legislature, signed by a republican governor, that would have considerably restricted the ability to vote in elections. and i was opposed to that and was delighted when the maine electorate agreed. in ohio, another state that's usually not youth as wild and cra
the ruling of the temporary injunction. they say extend and review admissibility of the main action. this is what this is really about. the court took almost three months to decide on a temporary injunction, which is kind of a joke in itself. they say we can't just throw out a temporary injunction on something that is so important because we have a main case here. we have to judge as well whether this esm in essence is in breach for the german constitution. here they're saying diverging from the usual extent of review, the senate did not restrict its review in the present temporary injunction proceedings to a mere weighing of the consequences of its decision. instead, it performed a summary review of the acts of assent of the accompanying laws under the aspect of whether the violations of their rights, which the applicants admissible can indeed be established. a summary review of the legal position was required because with the ratification of the treaties, the federal republic of germany will enter commitments under national law with consolation, would not be easily possible in the
that's delaying new york's 9/11 museum. is and a college dropout creating jobs in maine's lobster industry. those stories when the cbs evening news continues. and, then, had the bluetooth and the navigation that diana really wanted. [ diana ] and it was a sport edition, so it felt really grounded to the ground. [ man ] grounded to the ground? yes, yes! grounded to the ground. [ male announcer ] see their story and more at the camry effect. camry. from toyota. like a squirrel stashes nuts, you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® liquid gels. nothing starts working faster than zyrtec® at relieving your allergy symptoms for 24 hours. zyrtec®. love the air. constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. do you often experience the feeling of a dry mouth? it can be the side effect of many medications. dry mouth can be frustrating... and ignoring it ca
differ on policies to aid main street. joining us now is a democrat from maryland and a member of the small business committee. senator, great to see you. >> j.j., it's a pleasure to be with you. thank you. >> so from your perspective, how are small business owners doing? >> well, small businesses, the economic engine of our nation, that's where job growth will see the most, we'll see innovation, it's been a tough time for all. but i think that the tools that we put in place and the help we provide through the small business administration. the credit opportunities that are available to small businesses. the tax cuts implements to help small businesses. the regulatory reforms, it's having an impact. we see the economy doing better. we're creating more jobs. i think we're moving in the right direction. >> what are the two key things you guys are focused onto try to help small businesses? >> well, the tax code, we've already provided some tax relief for small businesses. we're looking at additional ways to help small businesses to give them break on their taxes, incentives to mov
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